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Yes! Say “Yes” to AirBNB NYC

by Larry Chiang on November 11, 2013

Unedited Larry Chiang 


Dear Friend,

I’m writing to ask you to help save Airbnb in New York.

As a guest who has stayed with a host, you know how unique and local an experience that is. And you also know the majority of our hosts are just regular people making ends meet by renting out their own homes.

Now, that experience is under threat.

The New York Attorney General has subpoenaed the records of almost all of our New York hosts. We are fighting the subpoena with all we’ve got, but poorly written laws make for even worse enforcement. Unless you help to stop it once and for all, the laws may never get better and the threat to our New York community will continue.

A petition to change New York law already has over 108,000 signatures, and an Airbnb host, Mishelle, has pledged to personally deliver it to the New York Senate. Our new goal is 200,000 signatures. We hope as many people as possible will encourage New York to change the law.

Sign Mishelle’s petition to change the NY law and Save Airbnb.

Thank you for standing with our New York hosts. We can create a new world where people can feel at home, anywhere. Let’s create that world together.

Thank you for signing,

Douglas Atkin
Global Head of Community


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